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Linus Torvalds, the creator of Linux, announced that he now uses a computer with an AMD chip

TOPICS: AMD, AMD Ryzen, DDR4, kernel, Linus Torvalds, Linux, PCIe, Ryzen, Threadripper 3970x

Linus Torvalds stopped using an Intel processor in his main computer, giving AMD a chance to take over. The father of Linux commented in the announcement of the new 5.7 RC7 kernel that for the first time in fifteen years, his desktop computer is not based on Intel technology. In fact, the biggest excitement this […]

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TSMC, the large semiconductor supplier to Apple, AMD or NVIDIA, will produce 5 nanometer chips in the U.S.

TOPICS: AMD, Apple, Arizona, chips, factories, Nvidia, processors, Taiwan, TSMC

TSMC announces that it will invest $12 billion in the creation of a chip factory in Arizona, creating 1,600 jobs to produce some of its 5-nanometer chips. The Taiwanese company is the world’s largest semiconductor foundry and its customers include brands such as Apple, which uses its transistors to produce its Apple AX processors. The […]

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AMD to increase production for the launch of PS5 and Xbox Series X this year

TOPICS: AMD, AMD Zen 2, Microsoft, PS5, RDNA 2, SoCs, Sony, Xbox Series X

AMD has announced that it will increase production of its SoCs so that there are units left over for the year-end launch of next-gen, PS5 and Xbox Series X consoles. Over the past few months we’ve seen, heard and read various rumors about PS5 and Xbox Series X of all kinds, although many of them […]

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